“Experience is the best teacher” so they say. I have heard that since I was little and I have cultivated with it. But life has taught me another lesson altogether: that I don’t have to experience everything to find out. Imagine being told that driving in a particular way can result in a fatal accident and even seeing someone driving like that and dying and you still wait for the day you shall go through it to understand. So funny to assume I guess.
Experiences come in two variations: your personal experiences along with other people’s experiences. For me, others’ experiences teach me many more as there are some experiences you are going to move through and you’ll not live to master the lessons!
If without any reason we’ve got had a cause to move through some experiences, they can teach us some lessons we will never forget. However, a wiser move to make is always to study the lives of other people and learn from their unique experiences. This is so that even if we’ve to go through the same experience, we’re going to discover the easiest way of going about it yet still emerge not shattered.
One of the negative reasons for having the teenage life’s the shortcoming of the teenagers to master from your experiences with the people that were once like them making bad mistakes that almost ruined their lives. You find the teenagers jumping directly into what their older ones do and finding yourself exactly like them. Yet, many of us become teenagers whenever we refuse to master from people’s lives. Imagine you knew of someone that did business and went about it inside the particular way you will need to about this, as well as the business failed and you are still head-long to …